By Jared Bennett — 11/6/12    

This morning, WEBN correspondents visited the Cathedral High School in Boston polling center to gauge public support for the Budget For All ballot question.  The ballot question is a non-binding referendum concerning military spending, Social Security, jobs and taxes.

A handful of voters supported the referendum outright, while others expressed reservations about the local ballot initiative.

Boston Resident David Kelley voted in support of Budget Fall All. He says the referendum’s strength lies in cutting military spending.

Jake Maulin withheld his specific voting stances, but explained why he was hesitant to support Budget For All.


Mark Lui spent the morning holding a sign supporting Budget For All. Here he explains his hopes for the ballot question’s future impact.